NFL – Super Bowl’s [Updated till 57]

NFL – Super Bowl’s [Updated till 57]

Note: The following disclaimer policy governs this post or article.

Superbowl Facts [Till Number 57]

The below is the table of NFL Super Bowl Winners. Feel free to sort yourself to see the results in a specific order!! 😉

1Jan 15th, 1967IGreen Bay PackersKansas City Chiefs35-10LA Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA
2Jan 14th, 1968IIGreen Bay PackersOakland Raiders33-14Orange BowlMiami, FL
3Jan 12th, 1969IIINew York JetsBaltimore Colts16-7Orange BowlMiami, FL
4Jan 11th, 1970IVKansas City ChiefsMinnesota Vikings23-7Tulane StadiumNew Orleans, LA
5Jan 17th, 1971VIndianapolis ColtsDallas Cowboys16-13Orange BowlMiami, FLAt that time they were known as Baltimore Colts, relocated to Indianapolis in 1984
6Jan 16th, 1972VIDallas CowboysMiami Dolphins24-3Tulane StadiumNew Orleans, LA
7Jan 14th, 1973VIIMiami DolphinsWashington Redskins14-7LA Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA
8Jan 13th, 1974VIIIMiami DolphinsMinnesota Vikings24-7Rice StadiumHouston, TX
9Jan 12th, 1975IXPittsburg SteelersMinnesota Vikings16-6Tulane StadiumNew Orleans, LA
10Jan 18th, 1976XPittsburg SteelersDallas Cowboys21-17Orange BowlMiami, FL
11Jan 9th, 1977XIOakland RaidersMinnesota Vikings32-14Rose BowlPasadena, CA
12Jan 15th, 1978XIIDallas CowboysDenver Broncos27-10SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA
13Jan 21st, 1979XIIIPittsburg SteelersDallas Cowboys35-31Orange BowlMiami, FL
14Jan 20th, 1980XIVPittsburg SteelersLos Angeles Rams31-19Rose BowlPasadena, CA
15Jan 25th, 1981XVOakland RaidersPhiladelphia Eagles27-10SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA
16Jan 24th, 1982XVISan Francisco 49ersCincinnati Bengals26-21SilverdomePontiac, MI
17Jan 30th, 1983XVIIWashington RedskinsMiami Dolphins27-17Rose BowlPasadena, CA
18Jan 22nd, 1984XVIIIOakland RaidersWashington Redskins38-9Tampa (Fla.) StadiumTampa, FL1982 season raiders relocated to Los Angeles hence they were called LA Raiders & June 23, 1995 they moved back to Oakland.
19Jan 20th, 1985XIXSan Francisco 49ersMiami Dolphins38-16Stanford (Cali.) StadiumStanford, CA
20Jan 26th, 1986XXChicago BearsNew England Patriots46-10SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA
21Jan 25th, 1987XXINew York GiantsDenver Broncos39-20Rose BowlPasadena, CA
22Jan 31st, 1988XXIIWashington RedskinsDenver Broncos42-10Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego, CA
23Jan 22nd, 1989XXIIISan Francisco 49ersCincinnati Bengals20-16Joe Robbie StadiumMiami, FL
24Jan 28th, 1990XXIVSan Francisco 49ersDenver Broncos55-10SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA
25Jan 27th, 1991XXVNew York GiantsBuffalo Bills20-19Tampa (Fla.) StadiumTampa, FL
26Jan 26th, 1992XXVIWashington RedskinsBuffalo Bills37-24MetrodomeMinneapolis, MN
27Jan 31st, 1993XXVIIDallas CowboysBuffalo Bills52-17Rose BowlPasadena, CA
28Jan 30th, 1994XXVIIIDallas CowboysBuffalo Bills30-13Georgia DomeAtlanta, GA
29Jan 29th, 1995XXIXSan Francisco 49ersSan Diego Chargers49-26Joe Robbie StadiumMiami, FL
30Jan 28th, 1996XXXDallas CowboysPittsburg Steelers27-17Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ
31Jan 26th, 1997XXXIGreen Bay PackersNew England Patriots35-21SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA
32Jan 25th, 1998XXXIIDenver BroncosGreen Bay Packers31-24Qualcomm StadiumSan Diego, CA
33Jan 31st, 1999XXXIIIDenver BroncosAtlanta Falcons34-19Pro Player StadiumMiami, FL
34Jan 30th, 2000XXXIVSt. Louis RamsTennesse Titans23-16Georgia DomeAtlanta, GA
35Jan 28th, 2001XXXVBaltimore RavensNew York Giants34-7Raymond James StadiumTampa, FL
36Feb 3rd, 2002XXXVINew England PatriotsSt. Louis Rams20-17SuperdomeNew Orleans, LARams played in St. Louis, Missouri, from 1995 to the 2015 season before moving back to Los Angeles, California, where the team had played from 1946 to 1994.
37Jan 26th, 2003XXVIITampa Bay BuccaneersOakland Raiders48-21Qualcomm StadiumSan Diego, CA
38Feb 1st, 2004XXXVIIINew England PatriotsCaroline Panthers32-29Reliant StadiumHouston, TX
39Feb 6th, 2005XXXIXNew England PatriotsPhiladelphia Eagles24-21Alltel StadiumJacksonville, FL
40Feb 5th, 2006XLPittsburg SteelersSeattle Seahawks21-10Ford FieldDetroit, MI
41Feb 4th, 2007XLIIndianapolis ColtsChicago Bears29-17Dolphin StadiumMiami, FL
42Feb 3rd, 2008XLIINew York GiantsNew England Patriots17-14University of Phoenix StadiumGlendale, AZ
43Feb 1st, 2009XLIIIPittsburg SteelersArizona Cardinals27-23Raymond James StadiumTampa, FL
44Feb 7th, 2010XLIVNew Orleans SaintsIndianapolis Colts31-17Sun Life StadiumMiami, FL
45Feb 6th, 2011XLVGreen Bay PackersPittsburg Steelers31-25Cowboys StadiumArlington, Tx
46Feb 5th, 2012XLVINew York GiantsNew England Patriots21-17Lucas Oil StadiumIndianapolis, IN
47Feb 3rd, 2013XLVIIBaltimore RavensSan Francisco 49ers34-31Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA
48Feb 2nd, 2014XLVIIISeattle SeahawksDenver Broncos43-8MetLife StadiumEast Rutherford, NJ
49Feb 1st, 2015XLIXNew England PatriotsSeattle Seahawks28-24University of Phoenix StadiumGlendale, AZ
50Feb 7th, 2016LDenver BroncosCaroline Panthers24-10Levi's StadiumSanta Clara, California
51Feb 5th, 2017LINew England PatriotsAtlanta Falcons34-28NRG StadiumHouston, TX
52Feb 4th, 2018LIIPhiladelphia EaglesNew England Patriots41-33U.S Bank StadiumMinneapolis, MN
53Feb 3rd, 2019LIIINew England PatriotsLos Angeles Rams13-3Mercedes-Benz StadiumAtlanta, GA
54Feb 2nd, 2020LIVKansas City ChiefsSan Francisco 49ers31-20Hard Rock StadiumMiami, FL
55Feb 7th, 2021LVTampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs31-9Raymond James StadiumTampa, FL
56Feb 13th, 2022LVILos Angeles RamsCincinnati Bengals23-20SoFi StadiumInglewood, CA
57Feb 12th, 2023LVIIKansas City ChiefsPhiladelphia Eagles38-35State Farm StadiumGlendale, AZ

Here are some more facts about the Super Bowl:

  • Teams that have never played in Super Bowl
    • Cleveland Browns
    • Houston Texans
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • Detriot Lions
  • Teams that have never won a Super Bowl [Apart from the above 4]
    • Buffalo Bills
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • Tennessee Titans
    • San Diego Chargers
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • Carolina Panthers
    • Arizona Cardinals
  • Miami & New Orleans has hosted the Super Bowl the most times [10 times each].
  • The longest winning streak has only been two in a row.
  • Broncos have lost the most Super Bowls [5 times] & Vikings and Bills have lost four times each. Bills lost four times in a row.
  • The longest run in the Super Bowl was 100 yards after an interception by Pittsburgh Steeler James Harrison during Super Bowl XLII.
  • Mike Ditka, Tom Flores, and Tony Dungy have all won a Super Bowl both as a player and as a coach.
  • In 1981, Oakland Raiders linebacker Rod Martin set a record with three interceptions.
  • In 2000, St. Louis QB Kurt Warner set a record with 414 yards passing.
  • In 1989, San Francisco WR Jerry Rice gained 215 yards on 11 catches
  • The Cowboys & Steelers have been to the Super Bowl 8 times, whereas the Patriots & Broncos have been seven times each.
  • The most convincing victories were in Super Bowl XXVII, where Cowboys bt. Bills 52-17, 49ers bt. Broncos 55-10 in Super Bowl XXIV & Seahawks bt. Broncos 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII
  • In the 2007 Season, the Patriots had won their first 18 games and lost to the Giants [Super Bowl XLII].
  • Under quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick, the Patriots have also compiled the longest winning streak consisting of the regular season and playoff games in NFL history, a 21-game streak from October 2003 to October 2004.
  • Jacoby Jones of Baltimore became the first player to score a receiving & return touchdown in a Super Bowl [Super Bowl XLVII]. Jones returned the opening kickoff of the second half for a 108-yard touchdown for the longest play in Super Bowl or postseason history
  • More Super Bowl records can be found on Wikipedia.

With these notes, I will sign off! and hope to keep it updated as and when I get something to share about more!



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.